Memorial Service, Congregation B'nai Jeshurun, [New York 1900] (50050)

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Lot Number: 50050
Title (English): Memorial service : responsive readings, songs and hymns
Note: Only Edition
City: [New York]
Publisher: Congregation B'nai Jeshurun
Publication Date: 1900
Estimated Price: $200.00 USD - $500.00 USD
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Physical Description

Only edition, 40 pp., octavo, 204:125 mm., wide margins, light age staining. A very good copy bound in the original crinkled cloth over boards.

 

Detail Description

Cover title: ... Responsive Readings, Songs and Hymns; Arranged for Use in the Religious Services of Congregation B'Nai Jeshurun

Founded in 1825, Bnai Jeshurun was the second synagogue founded in New York and the third-oldest Ashkenazi synagogue in the United States. The synagogue was founded by a coalition of young members of congregation Shearith Israel and immigrants and the descendants of immigrants from the German and Polish lands. It was the stated intention to follow the "German and Polish minhag (rite)." The order of prayers followed that of the Ashkenazi Great Synagogue of London, and the congregation sought the guidance of the British chief Rabbi Solomon Hirschell on matters of ritual. They first held services on Pearl Street, and dedicated their first building on Elm Street in Manhattan in 1829.

 

 

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Reference

Wachs 1247 (2 copies); Wikipedia